Originally posted by StaggerLeeJust started watching BOSS. Kelsey Grammar's Tom Kane makes Francis Underwood look like a bitch.
Boss - on Hulu Plus? (sad face if true)
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
I missed it first time around and decided to check it out at work on the overnight a couple of weeks ago. Really enjoying it and have come to the realization that I have a massive crush on Christa Miller. Loved her in Drew Carrey, Scrubs and now Cougar Town.
(edited by Wpob on 25.9.14 1128) Life is hilariously cruel.
It ain't the six minutes... it's what happens in that six minutes.
I decided to start binge-watching Twin Peaks on Netflix during Thanksgiving break. I'm up to episode five of season two and am loving it. I seem to remember hearing the ending is less-than-satisfying, however.
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Originally posted by dunkndollazDeadwood - every morning when I workout. Al Swearengen is a brilliant character.
I am now marathoning Deadwood, thanks to this comment.
I've already marathoned nearly everything else I've wanted to watch: Breaking Bad, The Wire, Sons of Anarchy, The Walking Dead, Burn Notice, Undeclared, Freaks and Geeks, Justified... and I just finished Damages. So, thanks for the suggestion.
This doesn't answer the question, but here is a big list of DVD/Blu-ray things I already own which I would totally marathon if only I had the time and patience: *The Wire *The Shield Twin Peaks (most likely to actually do, will probably do prior to reboot) Murder One Homicide: Life on the Street Miami Vice Soap NewsRadio Columbo Yu-Gi-Oh!
I just finished binging on Friends and am about a third of the way through the fourth season of The X-Files in perpetration for the miniseries. Gotta say, hasn't aged as well as I would have thought it would.
That falls under worst coaching/managerial decision of all time, not philosophy, as Little's philosophy the whole season had been to pull Pedro after he pointed to the sky to end an inning, thus signifying he was done.